Jun
4
2:00 pm14:00

Jack Straw Artist Event

  • Jack Straw Cultural Center

Stacey Mastrian, recipient of a 2016 Jack Straw Artist Support Grant, performs contemporary works for solo voice, works with fixed and live electronics, and works in collaboration with pianist Josh Archibald-Seiffer.  Featuring the world premiere of Stephen Lilly's Mazed.

Jun
25
2:00 pm14:00

Enough is Enough!

  • St. John United Lutheran Church

The Ecco Chamber Ensemble, a trio composed of soprano Stacey Mastrian, flutist and composer Sarah Bassingthwaighte, and guitarist and composer Mark Hilliard Wilson—which builds concerts around the intersection of art and social change—caps off their inaugural season with a program focusing on works that protest the senseless violence in our world and light the way toward peace. 

The concert features new works by Sarah Bassingthwaighte and Stephen Lilly, a percussion piece by Storm Benjamin commemorating victims of gun violence, and works by Imamovic Almer, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Federico García Lorca, Luigi Nono, Arvo Pärt, Henry Purcell, Arnold Schoenberg, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Steve Wanna.

A portion of the proceeds will go toward Americans for Responsible Solutions.

Jul
12
7:30 pm19:30

Binary Solo +

  • The Royal Room

Stacey Mastrian opens for pianist Jesse Myers' Living in America event,  performing works for voice with electronics and piano by two generations of American composers:  the venerable Earle Brown, Morton Feldman, and Alvin Lucier, and the current generation—Mike Boyd, Stephen Lilly, Kristian Twombly, and Steve Wanna.  As visually arresting as they are aurally, the pieces ask us to consider “What is a score?” and reveal the inner voices of the performer-as-composer, from meditative to humorous and theatrical.


May
26
8:45 pm20:45

Northwest Folklife Festival 2017

  • Seattle Center

The Ecco Chamber Ensemble, a trio composed of soprano Stacey Mastrian, flutist and composer Sarah Bassingthwaighte, and guitarist and composer Mark Hilliard Wilsonwhich works to build concerts around the intersection of art and social changerepresenting Second Inversion, performs at the Center Theater in the Seattle Center Armory on the opening evening of the festival.  Featuring works from Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Turkey, and the U.S., including the world premiere of Stephen Lilly's Shifting Power.

Apr
21
2:00 pm14:00

SEAMUS National Conference

  • St. Cloud State University

Stacey Mastrian performs Stephen Lilly's Sie sind allein for actress and live electronics at the 2017 national conference of The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States.

Apr
9
7:00 pm19:00

Brown and Feldman

  • Arizona State University

Stacey Mastrian, soprano, with Simone Mancuso, director, and The Arizona State University Contemporary Music Ensemble, perform December 1952 and Windsor Jambs by Earle Brown and Rabbi Akiba by Morton Feldman.

Mar
4
7:30 pm19:30

Villa Hill Concert

  • Queen Anne Seattle

Experience award-winning soprano Stacey Mastrian and pianist Josh Archibald-Seiffer in an intimate evening of art song.  Satire, love sought-after and spurned, nature as simile, and other surprises in beloved songs by Gabriel Fauré, Franz Schubert, and Hugo Wolf, and rarities by Alfredo Casella, Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Bruno Maderna, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Reservations required.

Feb
25
7:00 pm19:00

Steeple Chase Concert

  • Renton, WA

Stacey Mastrian, soprano, and Josh Archibald-Seiffer, piano, perform gorgeous and humorous art songs by Alfredo Casella, Gabriel Fauré, Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Bruno Maderna, Arnold Schoenberg (from Cabaret Songs), Franz Schubert, and Hugo Wolf at this Groupmuse.

Reservations required.

 

Feb
18
2:00 pm14:00

What's Love Got...?

  • The Chapel at The Good Shepherd Center

The Ecco Chamber EnsembleStacey Mastrian, soprano; Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar; and Sarah Bassingthwaighte, flutepresent a program that features compelling, beautiful and challenging music that explores the role of technology, our humanity, isolation, self-image, and the age-old dilemma of following one’s heart. The program features songs by Robert Beaser, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, John Dowland, Gabriel Fauré, Christoph Gluck, Frederic Hand, Deirdre Lynds, Louis Sauter, and Franz Schubert, as well as the premiere of Mark Hilliard Wilson’s Instagram Lieder.

Jan
28
8:00 pm20:00

NUMUS Northwest

  • PONCHO, Kerry Hall, Cornish College of the Arts

Stacey Mastrian sings Luigi Nono's "Djamila Boupacha" from Canti di vita e d'amore:  sul ponte di Hiroshima for solo soprano, as part of the evening concert at this day-long new music festival.

UPCOMING...

World premiere and tour of Christopher Shultis' percussion opera Lost in the Woods, based on nature and civil disobedience texts by Henry David Thoreau, in collaboration with the Akros Percussion Collective

Three recording projects and concerts in AZ, CA, HI, MD, MO, OH, NV, and WA.